News & Events
The Office of Science Education Opportunities partners with groups and departments throughout OHSU, schools and community organizations in the region to be OHSU’s public face for K-16 education and community engagement. Throughout the academic year and the summer months, SEO hosts, sponsors and participates in events in support of these audiences. Check here for upcoming OHSU events and Public events.
Do you know high school students who are creative, like to make videos and want to make some cash? The 2016 O[yes] video contest is open, with video entries due February 1, 2016.
O[yes], the Oregon Young Employee Safety Coalition, sponsors this annual video contest seeking entries that will inspire teens to do at least one thing differently to stay safe on the job. The group looks for videos that will motivate other teens to think about the importance of speaking up for safety in the workplace, and awards $500 to the winning producer with a
matching prize to the student’s school. Second and third cash prizes, also with matching school awards are also awarded.
As safety and health professionals and researchers, we know that it is equally important that employers appropriately
train and communicate with all employees, particularly focusing on new and younger employees. We applaud those employers who support this contest, and share the winning videos through their safety training and meeting networks.
Visit the O[yes] video contest website to learn more about the contest and its requirements, the contest financial
sponsors, and visit the O[yes] YouTube page to see winning videos from previous years.
For the OHSU Community
Since 1981, the OHSU Marquam Hill Lecture Series has brought together leading members of the OHSU faculty with the public to feature innovative and cutting edge biomedical research and clinical advances that will form the basis of tomorrow's cures and treatments. The Marquam Hill Lecture Series is one of the most popular and long-standing lecture series about science by scientists in Oregon.
February 21- Vaccination Nation? Separating Fact from Fiction, Mark Slifka, Ph.D.
March 21- Creating a Google Map of Cancer?, Joe Gray, Ph.D.
Read about the exciting research coming your way this season and RSVP soon for a lecture. If you can't attend in person, don't fret! In the interest of serving all Oregonians, each lecture is recorded and posted for streaming online. Are you on our email list?
If not, please contact the School of Medicine Dean's office to sign up.
Lectures are free, but seating is limited and reservations are requested.